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    A prevention agency based in Tinley Park, Illinois, Together We Cope provides financial assistance in the form of past due rent, mortgage and utility payments to families in temporary crisis, enabling them to stay in their homes. By supplying basic necessities like food, shampoo, diapers, clothing, it enables our clients to stretch their own dollars even further. Who we help Together We Cope serves families in 27 communities in Chicago’s south suburbs, bridging the gap in a number of ways to help them return to [...]
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    The following restaurants donated their wonderful food to our annual pasta dinner Oct. 5. We hope that you support them when dining out. Angelo’s Fresh Market  *  Aurelio’s Pizza  *  Beggars Pizza  *  Berkot’s  *  Buca di Beppo  *  Buffalo Wild Wings  *  Chick-Fil-A  *  Creative Cakes  *  Culver’s  *  Dave & Buster’s  *  Durbins Pizza  *  EAT Enterprises  *  Ed & Joe’s Pizza  *  Eurofresh Tinley  *  Fat Ricky’s  *  Francesca’s Vicinato  *  Gatto’s  *  [...]

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    The mission of Together We Cope is to bridge the gap for Southland residents in temporary crisis by providing food, shelter, clothing and referrals, empowering them to return to self-sufficiency. Our clients are a diverse group of individuals, coming from many different areas and economic backgrounds. Our [...]
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    George Rumbaugh brings some deep experience to his new role as pantry services manager at Together We Cope, where he replaces Gordon Collins who retired in September. George has worked as a volunteer in the pantry for the past five years, including as a driver picking up food donations for the [...]